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and around the world in the same way that they use images from abu ghraib and some other incidents, over the years since 9/11. >> at outreach center in florida, they say they still plan to go ahead. the church, which has 50 members, is run by terry jones, and is seen as a fringe movement, but right now, it has everyone's attention. on "nightline," he had this to say. >> if we do not do it, when do we stop backing down? when do we stop getting into islam? when they burn the flag or kill christians or burn churches? >> church and other religious leaders rejected the spots. >> -- rejected these thoughts. >> these are not by the majority of people. these are very small, extremist people who feel they are doing the right thing, i am sure, but who are taking themselves out from what is the mainstream of what is christianity or what is judaism, or what is islam today. >> the incident about the koran burning note follows on the plans to build an islamic center blocks away from ground zero in new york nine years after the 9/11 attacks. the relationship between the united states and islam is still
. >> it can have at least as powerful an impact as the tragic events and photos that abu ghraib had. but at the same time, you know, people around the world need to also understand that america is not represented by one pastor or 50 followers. we are a nation of 300 million people. the vast majority of americans are standing up this week and saying that, you know, these contemplated actions are inappropriate. they're and hornet. they should not happen. >> ifill: many afghans appear to believe joneses views are widely held in the u.s. we spoke to jean mckenzie of global post who is reporting in kabul. >> this koran-burning campaign, which has been mounted by the dove world outreach center in florida, coming on the heels of the ground zero mosque debate is starting to convince afghans that there is a strong islam-phobic strain in the united states and in the west in general. trying to convince them that this is a very small group of people and does not represent the united states so far has been an uphill battle. >> ifill: in washington, a group of inter-faith leaders gathered today t
prisoners at abu ghraib, a home. now he's talking to gordon brown, talking to him about his daughter and what happened a few days after her birth. >> i remember that time very well, ssgordon. i remember the press conference you gave whiche saw where you. were so happy. and i talked to you in that period. lookingth back on that, tell me first about after jennifer of first born and obviously she was premature and small. but you were very excid, weren't you? >> we thought everything was fine. probably after a wee sarah and i -- she of was in special care turned to the doctor and said, she's not going to live, is she? and he said, no, i don't think so. she's not going live. >> joining us now to talk about piers morgan, his reputation back home and his future at cnn, emily bell, founder of the media guardian section of london's n" "guardian" newspaper, now a director of columbia university's digital journalism program. also in new york, tom leonard, for "the daily mail" and former editor for "the daily telegraph." in washington, media cric for the "baultimore sun" who blog e z on tv. and
be as indelible and inflammatory as have been the images of abu ghraib and today secretary of state hillary clinton coming out and having this to say about the pastor. >> we're a country of what, 310 million plus right now, and i mean, it's regrettable that a pastor in gainesville, florida, with a church of no more than 50 people can make this outrageous and distressful, disgraceful plan and get, you know, the world's attention. >> so what kind of effect will have have on our efforts in afghanistan and the rest of the muslim world, for that matter, the mosque protest here in new york. the director of the afghanistan study group joins us and has just released a study on the future there, a plan "b," full, for afghanistan, but i want to start, matt, with the rhetoric, and i hate to assign -- if you hate to do this, but at the same time when i have the secretary of state and general petraeus saying this is worse than -- this will be worse than abu ghraib, how do -- how does this and other anti-muslim sentiment in this country play out in afghanistan? >> it's actually -- it goes right into the
. >> let me get to david corn. what happened, in other words, the talk during the abu ghraib horror that was really used against us? tell us more about that how the pictures from abu ghraib where they showed american service men and women really abusing the bodies and the dignity of islamic prisoners. that thing about flushing the koran down the toilet, just the rumor of that. what was that about? what happened then? >> i'm sorry. what ended up happening really for that, and not only did we see that, you know, with what happened with abu ghraib, it also happened with the koran burning back in 2005 is the -- the extremists, we knew that you could not really bring them back along, but really who that targeted and who that really hurt was our ability to try to bring in moderates, and you saw the extremist groups were using that as amnist and using this as fodder to recruit. >> right. >> when i was on the ground in afghanistan during the time of the -- of the danish cartoons, the 12 cartoons that went off where, you know, talking about what's happening with islam and the prophet muhamma
bergen is joining us now. peter, will this do in afghanistan, for example, what abu ghraib did in iraq? will this undermine the u.s. image there that american officials have worked so hard to build up? >> well, we haven't seen the pictures of the alleged incidents. we see the confession. i think it's different to see pictures of, you know, naked d bodies being piled up in a pyramid like in abu ghraib. but afghans think this issue of afghan civilian casualties is very sensety. we've had the president, karzai, talk about it, the isue that is most damaging to the nato and american soldiers there. and the fact is that a fair number of afghans now have access to television and they're going to see this story soon enough themselves with the confession of these soldiers for these crimes. >> these soldiers apparently admit that they were using drugs, opium, which is so available in afghanistan right now. talk a little bit about the availability of these drugs and the impact potentially on soldiers. >> well, these drugs are, you know, 92% of the world's heroin comes from afghanistan. so, you
from abu ghraib s and they would use those images to insight violence and inflame public opinion against us and our mission in afghanistan as well as our missions around the world. >> i want him to understand that this stunt that he is talking about pulling could greatly endanger our young men and women in uniform. this is a recruitment bonanza for al qaeda. >> that was a collection of some of the statements you heard over the course of this week leading up to the decision yesterday. we play those for you to point out that, yes, this guy is one lone whacko, but it rose to the level of the president speak being it, general petraeus speak being it, and the defense secretary now to calling the pastor himself. that's how important it was to the united states government. >>> yet another strange twist to these stories, donald trump, the donald, yesterday offered to buy the site of the proposed islamic center in new york because he said it would just end this highly divisive situation. in a letter to one of the projects investors, mr. trump wrote in part, please let this letter serve to
alleged abuse at the iraq's infamous abu ghraib prison. >> are the photos from side saddam's abbut ghraib prison sparked outrage around the world. prisoners tortured possibly at the hands of american civilians and contractors. when the gruesome images emerged in 2004, president bush expressed his disgust. >> it's a stain on our country's honor and reputation and that is why it's important that justice be done. >> reporter: at least 250 former iraqi prisoners say then defense secretary donald rumsfeld hasn't lived up to the promises made in 2004. >> i'm seek a way to provide appropriate compensation for those detainees who suffered some abuse and cruelty at the hands of a few members of u.s. miltre. >> reporter: six years after the comments to congress, victims want the highest court in the country to hear their case. >> the supreme court has before it a petition that asks a very simple question, whether or not torture can be carried out in the name of the united states? >> reporter: a 2004 military investigation identify 44 alleged incidents of detainee abuse at abu ghraib. eleven u.s.
like that would be as damaging as those snapshots that were taken of the abu ghraib prison. >> the outrage. he has a point, if hedoes had this and someone commits murder against an american, there's no way to justify that. certainly i'm not -- there's a lot of different viewpoints. he may not be getting a message from god but certainly a message from a lot of places. kerry, thank you. >>> new york mayor michael bloomberg defended the mosque and is defending the pastor's right to burn the koran. in a strange way i'm here to defend that, i think he has a right to do that. i happen to think it's distasteful. my question is this, is the burning of the koran the equivalent of shouting fire in a crowded theater. i'm joined about the the washington bureau chief of the news channel. what do you think? do you think it's the equivalent of shouting fire in a theater? >> almost. given america's involvement in tours, in the muslim world, the fight with al qaeda throughout the muslim world, the recent history, all have you to remember is the powerful impact of images, be they abu ghraib
on "countdown." >> good evening from new york. images of tour chur at abu ghraib would cause anti-american sentiment and americans should heed the words of general petraeus. now he says a planned koran-burning will inflame anti-american sentiment. so where are those republican politicians now? petraeus gave an interview to the wall street journal about the koran burning and gave almost identical comments to other media as well. to quote him, it could endanger the troops and the overall effort in afghanistan. it could cause significant problems. not just here but everywhere in the world we are engaged with the islamic communities. accomplishment of our mission would be made more difficult. images would be used by extre extremists in afghanistan and around the world to enflame public opinion and incite violence. such images could be used, as were the photos of abu ghraib. this would undermine our efforts in afghanistan. the u.s. commander in charge of training did nothing to discourage the notion that the pentagon is of one mind on this issue. >> their actions will undermine the saf
. that images of american torture in abu ghraib would inflame anti-american sentiment and democrats should heed the words of general david petraeus. now the coalition commander in afghanistan, he says a planned koran burning this saturday will encourage attacks on u.s. troops abroad and that images of the koran burning will inflame anti-american sentiment. so where are those republican politicians now? petraeus' remarks followed a protest yesterday in kabul. afghan protesters chanting "death to america" and throwing rocks at passing u.s. military convoys until the leaders of the rally told them to stop doing so. petraeus then gave an interview to "the wall street journal" about the koran burning and gave almost identical comments to other media as well. to quote him. it could endanger the troops and it could endanger the overall effort in afghanistan. it is precisely the kind of action the taliban uses and could cause significant problems not just here but everywhere in the world we are engaged with the islamic community. were the actual burning to take place the safety of our soldiers and civi
. >> this is the kind of thing that hurts us enormously and it will have a disproportionate effect just like abu ghraib did, just like any such incident. just like that koran burning would in florida. >> reporter: the soldiers were operating in the taliban heartland near kandahar where they were supposed to be winning hearts and minds. according to court documents, it began when sergeant calvin gibbs seen here in a high school photo joked about how easy it would be to toss a grenade at someone and kill them. it turned into a conspiracy when five soldiers allegedly formed a kill team and on separate occasions murdered three afghan civilians, apparently chosen at random. defense attorneys intend to fight the charges but whatever the outcome of the court case, the damage in afghanistan has already been done. david martin, cbs news, the pentagon. >> couric: meanwhile, here in new york, imam rauf today defended his plan to build an islamic cultural center two blocks from ground zero. he said he's sensitive to the feelings of the 9/11 families but he said the center-- which will include prayer spaces for mus
that that emerged from the abu ghraib scandal in iraq will ignite a firestorm of anti-american sentiment in afghanistan, putting the afghanistan war itself at risk. nbc news, the pentagon. >>> as many of you saw last night, the networks of nbc are hosting an education summit called "education nation." tonight we take on the question of what makes a great teacher? off question that microsoft founder, bill gates, really wants to answer. he's putting a big chunk of his own fortune into finding out. tonight, tom brokaw talks to bill gates who is a supporter of this education summit. >> how much more time do you need? >> reporter: in any classroom, this is the engine that powers the day. the teacher. by as we all know from personal experience, some teachers are just so much better than others. >> raise your hand if you feel like you know better. >> what makes a great teacher? >> reporter: that's a question with so many parts. >> do they work longer hours? do they break the classroom down more? >> you're a tough competitor. >> reporter: microsoft toundser, bill gates, is spending half a billio
of the prison of abu ghraib in iraq. as the fbi warns the demonstration could incite more terrori terrorism. the question is, will the leader of the florida church go through the plan to burn the holy book on september 11? >>> and vice president joe biden goes on colbert honoring the truth but delivering
the burning of a koran would be use in the same way that extremists used images from abu ghraib, that they would, in a sense, be indelible. they would be in cyberspace forever. they'd be nonbiodegradable. and they would be used by those who wish us ill to incite violence and inflame public opinion against us and against our mission here in afghanistan as well as our missions undoubtedly around the world. >> that's the position of the united states government. you heard some leaders, including mayor michael bloomberg and mayor of new york city and others defending the man's right defending the koran on personal rounds. all have said they're disgusted by the thought of it. >>> meanwhile, the imam behind the proposed mosque 2 1/2 blocks from the project says relocating the project. if the center is moved, muslims worldwide could react more violently than they did in the bloody riots following the provocation of danish cartoons of the prophet, mohammed. >> the story will be that the radicals have taken over the discourse. the headlines in the muslim world will be that islam is under
. sometimes it's overstated. abu ghraib, during the humiliations those photos had far more press impact here than in the middle east. the arab media paid very little attention to abu ghraib. the blowup of the park 51 mosque here has gotten little play in the middle east and much more united states issue. but deep concern based on the monitoring of the press over there the koran burning could be especially inflammatory. >> the press has taken a lot of heat for giving this so much attention. when you have hillary clinton speaking in public and general petraeus and the president of the united states, it's a story you got to cover. >> you're exactly right. general petraeus, our commander in the field, said this will imperil our troops and our mission. the commander in chief barack obama says it imperils the troops and the mission over there. if this pastor has not stepped down from what he is going to do, i think the president of the united states, as commander in chief, who is responsible for the security of those troops and who sent them over and put them in harm's danger, he should put a stop
in the same way extremists used images from abu ghraib. they would, in a sense, be indelible. they would be in cyberspace forever. they would be nonbiodegradable and used by those who wish us ill, to incite violence and against our mission in afghanistan and undoubtedly around the world. >> i wanted to share with you what hillary clinton said today, not only about this because she first reacted in her speech last night but how she suggests the media should hasn't it. >> we're, as you've seen in the last few days, speaking out. general petraeus made the very powerful point that as seemingly, you know, small a group of people doing this, the fact is that it will have potentially great harm for our troops. >> so we are hoping that the pastor decides not to do this. we're hoping against hope if he does it won't be covered. >> of course that raises a whole lot of other questions. what do you make of this? let's boil this down. she hopes it wouldn't be covered. i sympathize with her impulse. last night on my show i did the whole story awkwardly without saying the name of the church or pastor.
know what happened with abu ghraib. president obama has sided with the bush administration in not allowing the release of other photos. what is this evidence of exactly? >> i have not seen the photos, but we do have descriptions. essentially, what they appear to be is a series of photos in which ad afghans are treated as though they are hunting trophies with soldiers posing by them as though they have been on safari in africa a century ago, which of course, is very demeaning of the dead in the pictures. i am sure the military and american authorities do not want it to come out because i suspect it will be the telling -- it will be detailing what many afghans already feel, that there isn't indifference to all life including afghan civilian life- that there is indifference to all life including afghan civilian life. we do not know -- i personally do not know how many voters there are and who exactly is in them, although it is known there quite a few of them. it does seem to have been part of the regular practice. there seems to have been a culture of this as part of how this
of the burning books would be used the incite violence. in the same way that extremists use images from the abu ghraib prison in iraq. >>> president obama went to cleveland to talk about tax. he chose to do in it cleveland, home of one of his biggest critics, boehner. the president proposed new tax breaks for small businesses. >> i don't think the american people want any more stimulus spending coming out of washington. this is neither a short term spending measure. >> let me be clear to mr. boehner and everybody else. we should not hold middle class tax cuts hostage any longer. >> president obama said the republican tax cuts for millionaires helped leads to the problems we're now facing. >>> dozens of food service workers are walking the picket line at george mason university. they claim the conditions they are working under are unsafe and they're asking for more protective equipment. they also alleged they've been retaliated against for unionizing. they released a statement in response to the protests, saying safety is a key priority and the sauft training with workers. they say they support
't want another abu ghraib-like situation. however isolated it may be to us, in the rest of the world, it can be amplified to being a major incident for america desecrating a holy book for millions of muslims. they've made this decision they had to weigh in. in the process, they've given him a lot of attention and so has the media according the story. >> president obama spoke about the economy in his news conference this morning. he said there are signs of improvement but he admitted things are moving painfully slow. how concerned do you the white house is about this upcoming mid-term election becoming a referendum on the administration's policy? >> what the president is trying to do is say we're going in the right direction because of thing i've done. and the other guys, the republicans want to take you back to what bush did. the public doesn't really buy that, number one. according to our most recent poll. in reality, the poll indicating seven out of ten americans know somebody who has been laid off. we all have a connection to this recession. here's the most crucial point, i think.
images from abu ghraib, that they would be indelible. they would be in cyberspace forever, they would be nonbiodegradable. and they would be used by those who wish us ill to incite violence and inflame public opinion against us and against our mission here in afghanistan as well as our missions around the world. >> the former u.s. commander in iraq echoed petraeus' concerns today. >> most muslims are moderate. but you have extremists. this feeds into what they want. they feed off of hate and fear. and they'll use this to generate more hate. and what that will turn into is potentially more violence against u.s. troops. >> there are 50 members of this church. i hate to say if we weren't paying them attention, this might occur in a vacuum. in the day and age of the internet, will the images make way to the streets in the muslim world? oh. >> they will. >> what will the result be? >> there will be some backlash. you started to see some already. i'm worried it will turn to violence against our troops in iraq, afghanistan, other places as well. >> condemning the koran burning, the head of n
. we lived through abu ghraib, right? it's a isolated criminal act, huh r horrific. and so you understand our leaders feel an obligation to try and do whateverhey can to protect our people when our nation is serving overseas. >> what is the answer? there is freedom of speech t running up against what the administration was making a al thre, not to just u.s. service people which is bad enough, but to americans in general. there are countries have laws against what they term hate speeches, so do we begin to curb p freedom of speech? >> i don't think we can do that. we have to fight bad speech with yo speech. you have more tolerant points of view you have to get out and talk eabout. the media needs to cover that in context, and not to give a disproportionate amount of time to people that say extreme balancand ieagnor pe tpl cretsey, of the activity -- i don't know the real wo for it. did you see an up particular in worrisome in coming politics? >> we are always dealing with all types of threats, and some are inteational, and some of them result from u.s. persons. it's a very dyna
in the war on terror. i say that boldly and prove me wrong. the cia, after the debacle we have had over abu ghraib, guantanamo bay, water boarding, you name it, is now in a position by executive order the cannot use the tools tt congre authorized in the detainee treatment act to deal with war terror prisoners. the enhanced interrogation techniques that was overwhelmingly passed by congress in the detainee to treatment act have been disallowed by the obama administration. that makes us less safe. to my friends on the right, there has to be something other than water boarding. there has to be some middle ground between the army field manual and water boarding. the army field matter was never written to be the end all of american interrogation. it was written for the army. that is why we call it the army field manual. and thos in the army to capture prisoners on the battlefield need to have guidance as to what to do with those prisoners so they do not get court-martialed. it was never meant to be the exclusive ability, techniques available to the country to deal -- tbe able to interrogate a pr
that army records show no iraqi prisoners tortured at abu ghraib prison ever received compensation from the united states, despite promises by former defense secretary donald rooms filled. in 2004, he told congress that he had found a legal way to compensate iraqi prisoners who were abused. he said -- six years from a record of payment exists in the army cannot verify whether any such payments were made informally to iraqi news. the news comes as the supreme court is expected to decide this week whether to hear a lawsuit filed by former prisoners against to the private companies -- two private companies. on saturday, president and used his weekly radio address to criticize the republican party's pledge to america manifesto. he accused republicans of wanting to put special interests back in the driver's seat and washinon. >> now the republicans who want to take over congress offer their own ideas the other day. many were the very same policies that led to the economic crisis in the first place, which is not surprising since many of the leaders were among the architects of that failed pol
representative of 50 people in gainesville, florida. i mean, general petraeus and i lived through abu ghraib, right. it's a criminal act, an isolated criminal act, horrific. but the pictures went around the internet and inspired protests. not only are our soldiers in danger when that hpens but also our diplomats. so you understand our leaders feel an obligation to try and do whatever they can to protect oue people who are serving this nation overseas. >> swho at is the answer? because there is freedom of speech running up against what the administration felt was making a very real threat, not just to u.s. service people, which is bad enough, but to americans in general. because, i mean, there are - untries that have laws against wh they term hate speech. do we then -- do we begin to curb freedomt. of speech? >> i don't think we can do that. i don't think we can do that. i think what you have to do is you have to fight bad speech with good speech and that means people who have contrary points of view and more tolerant points of view have to get out there and talk about it. part of the respons
holding up dead afghan civilians. there's a great concern that this will turn into a abu ghraib type of incident if those photos get out. the military has asked all the attorneys in the case to return the photographs that were released so they can be in charge of the dissemination of those. >> i understand that concern. appreciate it, drew. >>> a delta airlines pilot hailed as a hero tonight. for good reason. take a look. >> heads down. stay down! >> plane in distress making a successful emergency landing. all captured by one passenger's cell phone video. we'll show you ahead. my father brought me up to give back to society... felicia jackson promised her late sister that she would take care of her children. but she needed help. i used my american express open card to get half a million points to buy building materials to help build the jackson family a new home. well, i know if my dad was still around, he would have told me, with no doubt... he would have told me it's a no brainer and i knew that from the start. it was an honor. booming is moving forward by giving back. i love my gr
of the koran would be used in the same way extremists used images from abu ghraib. that they would in a sense be indelible. they would be on cyber space forever. they would be nonbiodegradable and used by those who wish us will to incite violence and inflame public opinion against us and our mission here in afghanistan as well as our missions undoubtedly around the world. >> the former u.s. commander in iraq echoed petraeus's concerns today. >> most muslims are very moderate and what you have is extremists. what this does is this feeds right into what they want. what they feed off is hate and fear and they will use this to generate more hate what that will turn into is potentially more violence against u.s. troops. >> it is a tiny church. there are 50 members of this church and i hate to say it, if we weren't paying them any attention this might occur in a vacuum but in this day and age of the internet will those images immediately make their way to the streets in the muslim world? ?. they will. >> what will the result be? >> again, i think there will be some backlash and you started to see s
of an abu ghraib type incident if those photos get out. the military has asked all the attorneys in this case to -- to return the photographs that were released so that they can be in charge of the dissemination of those. >> i can understand their concern. drew griffin. appreciate it. >>> delta airlines pilot hailed as a hero tonight and with good reason. take a look. >> stay down! heads down! stay down! >> plane in distress making a successful emergency landing. all captured by one passenger's cell phone video. we'll show it to you ahead. sure i'd like to diversify my workforce, i just wish that all of the important information was gathered together in one place. [ printer whirs ] done. ♪ thanks. do you work here? not yet. from tax info to debunking myths, the field guide to evolving your workforce has everything you need. download it now at thinkbeyondthelabel.com. ♪ i like your messy hair ♪ i like the clothes you wear ♪ i like the way you sing ♪ and when you dance with me ♪ you always make me smile [ male announcer ] we believe you're at your best when you can rela
don't want to inflame passions throughout the world we've seen it after abu ghraib and the cartoons of the prophet mohamed how the actions of a few people could lead to the deaths of others across the globe. >> it is a very fair point that you make there and i thank you for making it on this broadcast. washington bureau chief of al arabiya thank you for joining us. >>> at the top of the hour the ceremonies held in new york, pennsylvania, and the pentagon as america marks 9/11, nine years later. this is msnbc. >>> sophia launched her clothing company nasty gal at age 22 with nothing more than a good eye for fashion and unique sense of style. she started by selling vintage clothing on ebay and now runs her own successful ecommerce site. for more watch "your business" sunday mornings on msnbc. cheerios could be your ticket to do it. big time. you could win a once in a lifetime chance to live your passion by choosing from ten never-dreamed-possible prizes. from a customized v.i.p. vacation, to a hollywood red carpet experience, to cooking with a celebrity chef, and more. find details on
in the same way that extremists used images from abu ghraib, that they would in a sense be indelible. they would be in cyberspace forever. they would be non-biodegradable, and they would be used by those who wish us ill, to incite violence and to enflame public opinion against us, and against our mission here in afghanistan as well as our missions undoubtedly around the world. >> pastor sapp, what's your reaction to that? >> well, i believe we are also concerned, but if they -- if they would use this, what we're doing today to recruit and to act against american troops, what will they use tomorrow? they are always going to find something they don't agree with, that they don't like that is against what they believe. they believe in dominance of the world. that's what they believe. that is the radical element of islam, and they are -- and unless it completely agrees with their message and their wants and demands, then -- they will come against it so today it's us. what will it be tomorrow? what will it be ten years from now? >> i was in egypt last year, and i was lucky to get over ther
and interrogate them, overwhelmingly, we found the reason was, was because of the photos from abu ghraib, or the station with guantanamo bay. what those men were doing, when they felt like they were traveling to iraq or afghanistan to defend their faith to, defend their land, to defend their culture. and like i said, we're talking about a very small amount of people here. i think most of the world understands the united states to be a nation of tolerance. a nation of religious freedom that we have constitutional rights that allow for such things as burning books. i agree, this guy is a jerk. but it's his constitutional right to do so. do i hope he lights himself on fire in the process? yeah, i kind of do. but, you know -- here's another thing, too. i was thinking, contessa, nine years after september 11th, we still have this -- i don't want to say circus atmosphere, but we still have a coterie of people in this country who are actively excited about the idea of a war of cultures. just like we have al qaeda and other extreme elements, you know, that are part of the muslim world, very, ver
's a great concern that this will turn into a abu ghraib type of incident if those photos get out. the military has asked all the attorneys in the case to return the photographs that were released so they can be in charge of the dissemination of those. >> i understand that concern. appreciate it, drew. >>> a delta airlines pilot hailed as a hero tonight. for good reason. take a look. >> heads down. stay down! >> plane in distress making a successful emergency landing. all captured by one passenger's cell phone video. we'll show you ahead. you never take an upgrade for granted. and you rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i deserve this. [ male announcer ] you do, business pro. you do. go national. go like a pro. that was the moment of truth. medicare by itself doesn't cover everything. i don't want to spend my life worrying about what would happen if one of us got sick. [ male announcer ] now more than ever, you may be wondering: do i have the right medicare
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